The Running Man

Other mistake: This is in regards to a previous correction. A submitter pointed out that in the video footage of the helicopter incident shown to the crowd, the last shot of Arnie getting knocked out was seen from his perspective and as such could never have been filmed by any camera. The correction stated that Killian's men could simply have doctored the footage, probably as a way of showing what happens to criminals. But the problem is, the footage showing Arnie being knocked out is the undoctored one shown at the end of the film by the Rebels, which hasn't been tampered with by anyone. So this is a valid mistake.

Gavin Jackson
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Suggested correction: The resistance could have easily altered it to what really happened. They simply could have asked Richards what took place in the helicopter.

Except, it's the raw footage of what really happened in Bakersfield. Even though the raw footage showed what really happened in the helicopter, unless Ben had a camera attached to his uniform which he didn't, the footage of him being knocked out from his perspective is impossible. Plus, the government needed a scapegoat to keep people from rebelling and since Ben refused to follow orders and kill the rioters, they could use him but to keep up the ruse would most likely not interrogate him at all.

Not only that but, ICS had both the raw footage and the edited footage. The edited footage showed Ben being knocked out from his perspective. The original footage would not be able to show this at all.

Revealing mistake: During the prison break at the beginning Richards grabs a guard and says "How about a lift?" You can tell it's a dummy.

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Suggested correction: I've watched this scene many times and still cannot tell if it's a dummy.

Look at the guard's limbs.

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